|CBS News Analysis with Edward R Murrow from London, 1942. - Missouri History Museum|
Murrow describes the nighttime streets of London during the WWII blitz.
Keywords: WWII; Edward R. Murrow; London; radio broadcast
|Dictionaries Provided to 3rd grade students - Crossroads Journal|
The Edward R. Murrow Golden K Kiwanis Club of Greensboro, NC presented dictionaries to the third grade student of Monticello-Brown Summit Elementary School.
Keywords: dictionary; kiwanis club; edward r murrow; Brown Summit; NC
|Edward R. Murrow News 51 03 20 UN Troops Face Stiff Opposition|
Murrow reports on, the war in Korea, the Senate Organized Crime hearings, sending more troops to Europe, the Shah of Iran declares martial law, atomic testing, and more.
Keywords: Edward R. Murrow; News; Old Time Radio; OTR
|Media Talking Media Episode 4 - Nick Patterson|
Media Talking Media is a podcast that features Birmingham Alabama-based media professionals discussing the state of the media business and their role in it. The host is veteran journalist Nick Patterson. In this abbreviated episode, the host takes some inspiration from broadcast legend Edward R. Murrow.
Keywords: media talking media; essay; Edward R. Murrow; radio; CBS; television; broadcast; podcast; media
|Brooke Gladstone Full Interview - Carrie Kaufman|
Following the guidelines for Round 3 of the 2007 Public Radio Talent Quest, I interviewed On the Media host and managing editor Brooke Gladstone about media in the U.S. and the world. This is the full, 15-minute interview. (A 5- minute version is also available.)
Keywords: media; news; interview; Brooke Gladstone; Carrie Kaufman; Edward R. Murrow; journalism
Downloads: 97 (4 reviews)
|Brooke Gladstone Interview - Carrie Kaufman|
Following the guidelines for Round 3 of the 2007 Public Radio Talent Quest, I interviewed On the Media host and managing editor Brooke Gladstone about media in the U.S. and the world. This is a five minute excerpt.
Keywords: media; news; interview; Brooke Gladstone; Carrie Kaufman; Edward R. Murrow; journalism
Downloads: 149 (1 review)
|For The Record #145 - Paul Manning's Correspondence with Other Journalists - Dave Emory|
FTR #145 Supplementing previous discussion of the remarkable and deadly Bormann Organization, this broadcast illuminates writer Paul Manning's correspondence with various journalistic contemporaries concerning his remarkable text Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile (Hardcover, Lyle Stuart 1981.) Anticipating the defeat of the Third Reich, Reichsleiter Martin Bormann set up 750 corporations in neutral countries, primed as vehicles to receive the liquid wealth of Germany...
Keywords: CBS; Edward R. Murrow; Khadafy; Paul Manning; Underground Reich; Walter Cronkite; CBS News; Martin Bormann
|Edward R Murrow 45 04 15 A Report From London|
Murrow reports on the horrific conditions he found during his visit to Buchenwald Concentration camp.
Keywords: Edward R Murrow; News; World War 2; WW2; Old Time Radio; OTR
|''See it Now'' - 29/June/1952|
More cold-war fun in this episode of Edward R. Murrow's "See It Now" series. The first segment is an interview with presidential candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower, followed by a segment showing a simulated attack on the Empire State Building. No commercials, not because they were removed or never existed, but because they....
Keywords: See It Now; Edward R. Murrow; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Classic TV; Television; Classic Television
|The Next American Revolution - sgl|
Gar Alperovitz argues that our economy needs to be more responsive to ordinary citizens and outlines his plan to transform the economy. Gar also talks about the need to build on the Occupy Movement. He proposes a possible next system that is not corporate capitalism, not state socialism, but something else entirely.Prof. Gar Alperovitz is a professor of political economy at the University of Maryland and a co-founder of the Democracy Collaborative...
Keywords: Great Speeches And Interviews; Edward R. Murrow; Malcolm X; Jeese Jackson; Gar Alperovitz; Occupy Movement; economy; revolution; change
|See it now (1951)|
The 6th edition of Edward R. Murrow's and Fred W. Friendly's newsmagazine "See it now" from Dec. 23, 1951.
Keywords: Classic TV; Live TV; 1951; CBS; 1950's Television; Kinescope; Edward R. Murrow; Alcoa; Coaxial cable; News; Documentary
Downloads: 2,751 (4 reviews)
|Harvest Of Shame - United States. Office of Economic Opportunity|
Source copy at the National Archives isn't in the greatest shape. National Archives description: "This "CBS Reports" film shows impoverished conditions and the exploitation of millions of migratory farm workers in the United States, some of whom worked for as little as a dollar a day. Spokesmen for various groups presented their views both for, and against, the use of migratory workers under the conditions seen...
Keywords: Classic TV; CBS Reports; Murrow, Edward R., 1908-1965; Edward R. Murrow; Migrant labor -- United States; Agricultural laborers -- United States
|''See It Now'' - 24 February 1952|
An episode of this news series "See It Now" with Edward R. Murrow. Two short segments (tour of home of Senator Kefauver/interview with Chinese-American man forced out of his home), plus a longer segment showing US soldiers returning from Korea.
Keywords: See It Now; Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Edward R. Murrow; Korean War; News
|Great Speeches and Interviews with Richard Becker|
On Wednesday, February 20, 2008, in Sacramento, CA Richard Becker spoke on "The Elections, The Economy, & The War, A Real Road to Peace" Richard Becker writes and speaks nationally and internationally on U.S. foreign and domestic policy; he is co-founder of the ANSWER Coalition. Richard Becker is the Western Region Co-Director of the International Action Center. Becker is co-author of the book, NATO in the Balkans...
Keywords: Great Speeches and Interviews; Richard Becker; Sacramento; 2/20/08; ANSWER Coalition; Good Night and Good Luck; Edward R. Murrow; David Strathairn
|Final Episode of GROW with John Friedrich - John Friedrich|
Final episode of talk radio format by John Friedrich, featuring an interview with writer and trauma studies scholar, Jeff Okla Elliott. Monologues on conspiracy come true and a love affair for radio.
Keywords: Okla Elliott; NSA; conspiracy theories; history of radio; Edward R. Murrow; ginseng; Civitas; Moral Monday; John Sanford Friedrich; conspiracy; history of radio
|For The Record #273 - "B" as in "Bush," "B" as in "Bormann" - Dave Emory|
FTR #273 1. Supplementing a line of inquiry developed in past programs, this broadcast sets forth more circumstantial evidence that the Bush family may be the American point element of the remarkable and deadly Bormann organization. 2. A clandestine powerhouse, the Bormann group (in Mr. Emory's opinion) will prove to be the decisive element in human affairs, barring a sea-change in the political currents...
Keywords: Argentina; Bush; Bush Family; Bush-George H W; Bush-George W; Bush-Prescott; Dulles; Edward R. Murrow; Fifth Column; GOP; Himmlerkreis; Money Laundering; Oklahoma City Bombing; Paul Manning; SS; Strassmeier; Thyssen; Underground Reich; Martin Bormann
|Death-Proofing the Cities of the Future - sgl|
Exporting Coal U.S. Coal companies are planning to build export facilities in the Pacific Northwest to ship coal to Asia. But the governors of Washington and Oregon are appealing to the White House to consider the impact on climate change before approving the projects. Amelia Templeton of the public radio collaborative EarthFix talks to Steve Curwood about this situation. Another viewpoint is from local business owners Richard and Tanya Burkholder...
Keywords: Great Speeches And Interviews; Coal; Climate Change; Amelia Templeton; Steve Curwood; Richard Burkholder; Tanya Burkholder; Annalee Newitz; Greta Brawner; Ashish Fernades; India; Washington; Oregon; Mary McLeod Bethune; Edward R. Murrow; Herbert Hoover
|Entertainment 1939 - 1944 Newscasts, Filmsoundtracks, Dance Bands - Phil Binstead|
This is No 5 of 13 Entertainment files. The 'live' news broadcasts by Edward R. Murrow, and many british news broadcasters give a rare insight into the D-Day landings in 1944, Ed Murrow's 'Live' Broadcasts in London as the bombs fell are compelling to listen to. There are many soundtracks from popular film musicals of the time which gave war weary Londoners a break from reality if only for a short while...
Keywords: Glenn Miller; Edward R Murrow; D-Day; Les Brown; The Andrews Sisters; Judy Garland; The Gangs All Here; Ambrose; The Maltese Falcon; Casablanca; Deanna Durbin; Felix Mendelssohn; Bing Crosby; Mary Martin; Alice Faye; Carmen Miranda; Benny Goodman
|For The Record #305 - The Bormann Organization - Dave Emory|
FTR #305 Originally recorded in June of 1997, this program sets forth the basic facts concerning the genesis and functioning of the remarkable and deadly Bormann organization, named for Reichsleiter Martin Bormann. (This site contains extensive material documenting the profound connections between the Bush family, the administration of George W. Bush, and the Bormann organization.) 1. The economic and political component of a Third Reich gone underground, the Bormann organization controls corpor...
Keywords: Auschwitz; Bertelsmann; Capital Flight; CBS News; Corporate State; Edward R. Murrow; Reinhard Gehlen; IG Farben; Israel; Mafia; Martin Bormann; Money Laundering; Morgan; Mossad; Nazi; ODESSA; Paul Manning; Hamburg-Amerika Line; Rockefeller; Standard Oil; Thyssen; Underground Reich; Walter Cronkite
|Entertainment, Newscasts, Filmsoundtracks, Records and Big Bands 1944 - 1949. - Phil Binstead|
This is No 6 of 13 Entertainment files. Victory 1945 / 1946 The end of WW2,You'll hear the broadcasts of the Arnheim Airborne Troops drop from towed gliders, D-Day June 6th 1944, The surrender of the German and Japanese High Commands, The A-Bomb is announced and dropped on Japan and more. Also the soundtracks from popular movies of the time and some great bands Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller Vaughn Monroe, Charlie Spivak, Harry James, The RAF Squadronairs etc, the singers Frank Sinatra, Kay Starr, B...
Keywords: The Squadronairs; Harry James; Glenn Miller; Frank Sinatra; Bing Crosby; Andrews Sisters; Vaughn Monroe; Edward R. Murrow; Ed Murrow; Humphrey Bogart; Lauren Bacall; Judy Garland; Fred Astaire; Deanna Durbin; Arnheim; D-Day; Winston Churchill; VE Day; The Big Sleep; The Way To The Stars; Oscars; Command Performance
|Entertainment, Movie S'Tracks, Newcasts, Radio Promo's, Dance Bands 1936 -1940 - Phil Binstead|
This is No 4 of 13 Entertainment files. These are the stars that were popular during the years 1936 - 1940 great numbers by the Dance Bands both british and American, soundtracks from popular movies of the time and the radio promo's to promote some of them, also the radio news broadcasts keeping everyone informed of progress of the seemingly inevitable war on the horizon, the popular radio shows such as ITMA and Bandwagon, also the delightful British film Musical star Jessie Mathews singing perh...
Keywords: Winston Churchill; Vera Lynn; The Squadronairs; Paul Whiteman; Paul Robeson; Elizabeth Welch; Neville Chamberlain; Nelson Eddy; Jeanette MacDonald; Mae West; Don Ameche; Alice Faye; Betty Grable; Billy Gilbert; Judy Garland; Jessie Mathews; Jack Hylton; Tommy Hanley; ITMA; Bandwagon; James Cagney; Pat O'Brien; The Dead End Kids; Eddie Cantor. Edward R Murrow; Judy Garland; Dick Powell; Bob Hope; Shirley Ross; fred Astaire; Ginger Rogers; Carroll Gibbons; Bob Crosby; Buster Crabbe; Betty Davis; Arthur Askey; Richard Murdoch; Ethel Merman; Alexanders Ragtime Band; Sweetheart Time; Gold Diggers In Paris